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Art

A Heartfelt Roadmap to Connection

Choreographer and equestrian Paula Josa-Jones has written an intelligently observed, beautifully rendered collection of experiences and inspirations detailing her artist’s journey of learning to be…

3 days ago

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A Little Bit Better

Training horses, learning how to ride them well, these pursuits can be an obsession. They can bankrupt us, disrupt other relationships, and generally make us…

2 months ago

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What’s Reed Reading?

Olympic showjumper. Kingsland Model. Former teen prodigy. American wunderkind Reed Kessler is well known for the many accomplishments she’s achieved in her 23 years, but did you know…

3 months ago

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(Forced to) Save My Own Skin

Simon O’ Shaughnessy’s life revolves around eventing. But when a freak, tragic accident takes the life of his friend and mentor, he finds himself struggling…

6 months ago

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Reality Check

Rider and writer Melinda Folse is just like most of us: juggling work, family, and horses is standard procedure, and with all that she’s trying…

7 months ago

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Cold Front

A cold front moves across the piedmont of North Carolina. The wind lifts my horse’s mane from his neck, causing us both to shiver. He…

7 months ago

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Why the Rush?

There are many in-saddle scenarios where a horse may “rush”: during transitions, before fences, or whenever you pick up the trot or canter or ask…

8 months ago

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DIY: Find the Source of Pain

In the past decade chiropractic work—for human, horse, and other animals—has been increasingly accepted by the mainstream as a viable means of easing or, in…

9 months ago

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The Humans of Horse Racing

Join Linda Finstad on an extraordinary photographic journey into the “back stretch” in her new book The Humans of Horse Racing. Discover the inner sanctum of racing, strictly…

10 months ago

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Learning to Fall

The truck lurched. Then again. My stomach jolted to my throat. We heard a loud bang, and the truck swerved. “What was that?” I bolted…

10 months ago